Have No Side Effects After Taking Contraception, Do Pills Work?
, I took emergency contraception yesterday. It says that there are side effects of the pills, but I don’t feel anything, does that mean the pills don’t work?
Commonly used emergency contraceptives are the use of an IUD (if intercourse for less than 5 days) or taking a pill containing Levonegestrel (should be taken less than 72 hours after intercourse).
If what you mean is taking pills, the side effects that usually will arise are abdominal pain or cramps, nausea and bleeding spots / spots. As long as you take the pill according to the rules of use, its effectiveness is high enough, with or without you feeling any side effects.
These pills should not be taken in the long term because they will disturb the hormonal balance. And if you still don't intend to plan a pregnancy, you can consider using another form of contraception. If you are not married, you should avoid casual sex as it will carry the risk of transmitting sexually transmitted infections and other unwanted things.
I hope this information is helpful.